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Jul 11 2014 (HC)

Jayakrishnan Vs. Archana Manoj

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-11-2014

..... petitioner. the first informant had filed o.p. 1182/2013 in the family court, chavara for return of gold ornaments and money. the matter was referred for mediation and the dispute was settled at mediation. annexure ii is a copy of the memorandum of agreement. on the basis of the memorandum of agreement the o.p. crl.m.c. no. 2198/2014 .....

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Jul 11 2014 (HC)

Tomy Mathew Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-11-2014

..... respondent, the de facto complainant appeared through counsel and submitted that he has no objection in allowing the application as the matter has been settled between the parties in the mediation held of family members of both parties and he had filed an affidavit stating these facts as well. crl.m.c.no.3404 of 2014 :3. :4. the counsel for .....

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Jul 15 2014 (HC)

Mohammed Ali Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-15-2014

..... . learned counsel submits that the allegations are not true. the whole dispute between the petitioner and the de facto b.a.no.5030 of 2014 2 complainant was settled in mediation and as per settlement, four items of immovable properties were transfered in the name of the de facto complainant as per annexures-a1 and a2, assignment deeds. a cheque of .....

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Jul 17 2014 (HC)

Hafsal Rahman Vs. the State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-17-2014

..... . according to the learned counsel, the bail appl. no.5220 of 2014 2 defacto complainant and others destroyed a waiting shed and concerning that, there was a mediation. the petitioner also participated in that mediation. he was attacked by the defacto complainant and others and sustained injuries.4. it is revealed that some other accused have filed applications under sec.438 of .....

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Jul 21 2014 (HC)

Moideen Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-21-2014

..... .m.c. no.4357 of20136 in registration of the crimes and filing of cases and the matter has been settled between the parties in the mediation held in the mediation centre, ernakulam and on account of the settlement, there is no possibility of conviction, this court feels that it is a fit case, where the power under section ..... and quash the proceedings to promote the settlement and restoration of harmony that has been brought between the family members of both the parties on account of settlement in the mediation.8. in view of the dictum laid down in the above decision, and also considering the fact that the parties are relatives and the family disputes between them resulted crl ..... of the cheque belonging to him which was misused and the case under section 138 of the act was filed. further, there were civil litigations also between them. in the mediation, all the disputes have been settled between the parties and they have decided to withdraw all the litigations and the family relationship has been restored. in view of the fact ..... . parties have decided to withdraw all the cases filed by them. accordingly, 2nd respondent has filed an affidavit before this court, stating that in view of the settlement of the mediation, the entire dispute between him and the petitioner has been settled and the family relationship between the two families has been restored. so, he has no objection in quashing the .....

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Jul 22 2014 (HC)

Rajan A. Thomas Vs. Sub Inspector of Police

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-22-2014

..... dispute, if the matter is referred for meditation. accordingly, the order dated 15.7.2014 was passed referring the case for mediation. the report dated 15.7.2014 of the ernakulam mediation centre shows that the matter could not be settled despite mediation. w.p.(crl.)no. 278 of 2014 6 6.the case was again considered on 17.7.2014, when an .....

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Jul 23 2014 (HC)

Vimal Vijayan @ Appu Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-23-2014

..... records that on the basis of the direction issued by this court the de facto complainant is impleaded in the present bail application and the parties were sent for mediation in the kerala mediation centre at high court but all such attempts were failed. thereafter, the present petition came up for consideration.4. heard adv.sri. manuvilsan learned counsel for the petitioner ..... facto complainant is the divorced wife of the petitioner. on the b.a no.1653/2014 4 basis of the direction of this court, though the parties were sent for mediation no settlement was arrived at. it is also relevant to note that the petitioner approached the police for the first time only on 23.01.2014 and she never raised .....

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Jul 31 2014 (HC)

Saraswathy Vs. Rajalekshmi

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-31-2014

..... . a fresh decree has to be drawn up in terms of the conditions stipulated in the mediation settlement agreement. the mediation settlement agreement shall form part of the decree and the same shall be appended with the decree. the entire court fee shall be refunded to the concerned parties ..... the a.s.609/1999 & 92/2000 :2. : mediation settlement agreement, and the memorandum of settlement shall form part of the decree.4. in the result, both these appeals are disposed of by modifying the impugned judgment and decree ..... .s. nos.609 of 1999 & 92 of 2000 ````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````` dated this the 31st day of july, 2014 judgment ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ the matter was referred for mediation and it seems that the long standing dispute has been resolved and settled in mediation and a mediation settlement agreement has been prepared.2. heard the learned counsel for the appellants sri.k.s.bharathan and learned counsel for the ..... agreement has been signed by all the parties and the learned counsel appearing for the parties. on going through the terms and conditions of the mediation settlement agreement, it seems that all the terms being legal, the same can be given effect to, through a decree. a fresh decree has to be passed in terms of .....

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Aug 01 2014 (HC)

N.A.Raju Vs. the Deputy Commissioner

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Aug-01-2014

..... appropriate proceedings, including revenue recovery. registry shall forward a copy of the judgment to the director, kerala state mediation and conciliation centre.5. however, it is to be noticed that on 04.03.2014 when the earlier writ petition was disposed off, the government had submitted that the appeals ..... process of this court. the petitioner, hence, would be imposed with exemplary cost of rs.25,000/- [rupees twenty five thousand only], which shall be paid to the kerala state mediation and conciliation centre. if payment is not effected within a month, the registrar general shall issue necessary certificate to the beneficiary so as to realise the same by way of ..... have the same caused to be realized by way of appropriate proceedings. serve a copy of the verdict to the director, kerala state mediation & conciliation centre as well". hence, the writ petition was dismissed imposing costs on the petitioner, but, however, leaving open the remedy of the petitioner to approach the appellate authority for ..... court with clean hands. interference is declined and the writ petition is dismissed with a cost rs.5,000/- (rupees five thousand only) to be paid to the kerala state mediation & conciliation centre, which has to be effected within one month' failing which, it will be open for the registrar general to issue necessary certificate to the beneficiary so as to .....

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Aug 05 2014 (HC)

Kannan Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Aug-05-2014

..... that if crimes were registered on the basis of statements given by the injured due to some private dispute and if those disputes were settled due to the intervention of mediators and their relationship has been restored, then, court must honour such settlement and allow the harmony to continue and even if some non compoundable offences have been incorporated, the court .....

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